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Re: New KDE (3.5.4) will break mouting of removeable devices


I can confirm i with this packages on the amd64 platform:
ii  hal
ii  hal-device-manager
ii  libhal-dev
ii  libhal-storage1
ii  libhal1 



A Diumenge 01 Octubre 2006 15:12, Philippe Merlin va escriure:
> Hello,
> I reply to the message of Christian Schuerer  1 Aug 2006.
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
>--- I send this as an info/warning to all who use the new version of KDE:
> mounting removeable devices such as an USB pen drive won't work anymore.
> There are workarounds and an explicit bug report (#377689) already:
> 	http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=377689
> You will have to add:
> <!-- Allow plugdev members to mount volumes -->
> <policy group="plugdev">
>   <allow send_interface="org.freedesktop.Hal.Device.Volume"/>
>   <allow send_interface="org.freedesktop.Hal.Device.Volume.Crypto"/>
> </policy>
> to /etc/dbus-1/system.d/hal.conf - but there are other issues yet unsolved,
> read the bug report for more details.
> Kind regards,
>    Christian
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
>--------------------- I am in debian Etch and Kde 3.5.4  and the file
> hal.conf seems right according the message of christian.
> I can't mount automatically any USB Key, the only one i can mount manually
> are those declared in an udev rules.
> If i put an USB key he is recognize by Kde and he open Konqueror to
> system:/media/sde1 but the system file he is always empty, automatically or
> manually it does not work.
> If i mount by fstab and udev rules,  the system  files on the usb key are
> mounted, and he appears also on system:/media/sde1
> All my users are in plugdev group and in /etc/group
> I have looking to the bug 377689 and i don't see if this problem is solved
> or what i can do to have ansolution.
> Best regard.
> Philippe MERLIN
> phil-kde.merlin@laposte.net

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